"Wacky shenanigans, indeed! It would be great to have those earlier B&B issues collected in some fashion. I bought every issue of Brave and Bold that appeared on my local spinner rack - unfortunately they were few and far between. The Black…"
"Over saturation may have something to do with the lack of enthusiasm for the last couple of Star Wars films. Lucas produced six films over a span of 22 years, Disney has had the franchise for less than four years and has already released four films.…"
"Couldn't agree more - I was 21 when Star Wars premiered and had much the same impression. I really didn't become a Star Wars geek until Empire Strikes Back debuted three years later.
I think the Expanded Universe of novels and comic…"
"Has anyone made it through the Netflix Lost In Space revival? If so, what did you think of it? I watched the first three episodes but the characters and set up just didn't grab me. I haven't been motivated to watch the remaining…"
"Beginning and end dates will be forever debated, to me the prime Silver Age years were 1958 to 1964. The Flash becoming the first costumed hero in years to receive his own solo title in '58 up through Daredevil debuting in his title in…"
"I never paid much attention to Fogerty's solo work beyond what played on the radio. I have several CCR albums in either vinyl, CD or digital form and just started listening to them again after hearing Lodi on the radio. Wrote a Song For…"
"We have watched four of the six episodes for the second season, and yes I would say finish it out. The suspense is picking up as the story seems to be heading to a climax that hopefully will resolve the various plot elements that have been laid out…"
"As I've mentioned before, we are watchers not binge-ers (is that even a word?). I believe we are half way through the second season of Frankenstein Chronicles which has been our Friday night main stay. I'll be adding Lost in Space - hoping…"
"Not too long ago I flipped through one of those oversized Mad TPB anthologies while browsing at Barnes and Noble, much as I liked the magazine as a kid, I found absolutely nothing about the book that would compel me to buy it."
"The series didn't really click until issues numbering in the thirties and forties. Gulacy left with issue #50 followed by a down period with Jim Craig on art. Things picked up again when Mike Zeck took over the series and continued on…"